Curated by Eskenazi faculty member Malcolm Mobutu Smith from his vast collection of vintage comic books, "The Deep End" runs January 13 through March 4 at the Grunwald Gallery. Follow the link for the IDS's coverage of the show.
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The Grunwald Gallery's new show reveals Eskenazi faculty Malcolm Mobutu Smith's passion for Golden Age comics and the aquatic theme that runs through them. Smith spoke with WFIU/Indiana Public Media about the show, opening Friday, January 13 with his noon talk, a panel at 5 pm and a reception from 6-8 pm.
The Netherlands is known for tulips, windmills, and painting. With a new mural by an Eskenazi student, Holland, Indiana can say the same. Fourth year Comp Design student Trenton Musch collaborated with the town's residents to help Holland represent itself.
Dezeen Magazine named the Eskenazi School's Mies van der Rohe Building among the 10 architectural projects completed in the United States in 2022 that most captivated its readers.
Eight Eskenazi School faculty members were honored at a reception November 29 in Presidents Hall for the teaching awards and summer fellowships they had received over the past three academic years.
Columbus businessman Tony Moravec played a pivotal role in the Eskenazi School's J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program by pledging support for the purchase and rehabilitation of The Republic Building to house the program. Moravec died November 8.